Esmaeil Amiri | Assistant Professor
Esmaeil Amiri | Assistant Professor
Delta Research and Extension Center, Mississippi State University
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Queen Quality and the Impact of Honey Bee Diseases on Queen Health: Potential for Interactions between Two Major Threats to Colony Health
E Amiri, MK Strand, O Rueppell, DR Tarpy
Insects 8 (2), 48, 2017
Occurrence of parasites and pathogens in honey bee colonies used in a European genotype-environment interactions experiment
Journal of Apicultural Research 53 (2), 215-219, 2014
Bee viruses: Routes of infection in Hymenoptera
O Yañez, N Piot, A Dalmon, JR De Miranda, P Chantawannakul, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 537174, 2020
Deformed wing virus can be transmitted during natural mating in honey bees and infect the queens
E Amiri, MD Meixner, P Kryger
Scientific Reports 6 (33065), 1-7, 2016
Four Categories of Viral Infection Describe the Health Status of Honey Bee Colonies
E Amiri, M Meixner, S Lykke Nielsen, P Kryger
PLOS ONE 10 (10), e0140272, 2015
Quantitative patterns of vertical transmission of deformed wing virus in honey bees
E Amiri, P Kryger, MD Meixner, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, O Rueppell
PLoS One 13 (3), e0195283, 2018
Towards integrated control of varroa: effect of variation in hygienic behaviour among honey bee colonies on mite population increase and deformed wing virus incidence
HM Al Toufailia, E Amiri, L Scandian, P Kryger, FL W Ratnieks
Journal of Apicultural Research 53 (5), 555-562, 2014
Effect of genotype and environment on parasite and pathogen levels in one apiary - a case study
Journal of Apicultural Research 53 (2), 230-232, 2014
Chronic Bee Paralysis Virus in Honeybee Queens: Evaluating Susceptibility and Infection Routes
E Amiri, M Meixner, R Büchler, P Kryger
Viruses 6 (3), 1188-1201, 2014
Israeli acute paralysis virus: Honey bee queen–worker interaction and potential virus transmission pathways
E Amiri, G Seddon, W Zuluaga Smith, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, O Rueppell
Insects 10 (1), 9, 2019
Honey bee queens and virus infections
E Amiri, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, O Rueppell
Viruses 12 (3), 322, 2020
Egg‐size plasticity in Apis mellifera: Honey bee queens alter egg size in response to both genetic and environmental factors
E Amiri, K Le, CV Melendez, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, O Rueppell
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (4), 534-543, 2020
Genetic diversity and honey bee vitality
P Kryger, RM Francis, E Amiri, M Meixner, M Bouga, C Costa
XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress. Kyiv, Ukraine, 110, 2013
Egg transcriptome profile responds to maternal virus infection in honey bees, Apis mellifera
E Amiri, JJ Herman, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, O Rueppell
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 85, 104558, 2020
Comparing survival of israeli acute paralysis virus infection among stocks of US honey bees
S Bhatia, SS Baral, C Vega Melendez, E Amiri, O Rueppell
Insects 12 (1), 60, 2021
Foraging and homing behavior of honey bees (Apis mellifera) during a total solar eclipse
P Waiker, S Baral, A Kennedy, S Bhatia, A Rueppell, K Le, E Amiri, ...
The Science of Nature 106, 1-10, 2019
Using Manual and Computer-Based Text-Mining to Uncover Research Trends for Apis mellifera
E Amiri, W Prashant, O Rueppell, P Manda
Veterinary Sciences 7 (2), 61, 2020
No incidence of allelic mutation in Booroola (FecB) and Inverdale (FecXI) genes in Lori-Bakhtiari sheep breed
S Amiri, G Rahimi, M Vatankhah
The 5th National Biotechnology Congress of Iran. Tehran, Iran, 495, 2007
Correction: Amiri, E. et al. Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus: Honey Bee Queen–Worker Interaction and Potential Virus Transmission Pathways. Insects 2019, 10, 9
E Amiri, G Seddon, W Zuluaga Smith, M K. Strand, D R. Tarpy, O Rueppell
Insects 10 (5), 123, 2019
The molecular basis of socially induced egg-size plasticity in honey bees
B Han, Q Wei, E Amiri, H Hu, L Meng, MK Strand, DR Tarpy, S Xu, J Li, ...
Elife 11, e80499, 2022
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